For accelerated students who have been admitted to Elmhurst, here's everything you need to know about getting enrolled and registering for class.
» Elmhurst Management Program
Today’s demanding corporate environment necessitates individuals who can think critically and strategically, implement programs with flexibility, balance multiple demands and manage corporate diversity all within a global context. Integrating rigorous professional preparation and Elmhurst College’s liberal arts tradition, the Elmhurst Management Program provides graduates with the competitive advantage required to excel in today’s corporate setting.
The Elmhurst Management Program is an accelerated degree completion program in business administration that can be completed in as little as 16 months. In an accelerated format, the Elmhurst Management Program provides you with a first-rate, well-rounded business education. The program is ideal for executives, supervisors and managers—both current and aspiring—in a wide range of corporate and organizational settings. Simply put, your EMP experience will put you on the fast track to professional success.
In this program, you’ll become proficient in accounting, finance, economics, management, marketing, policy and statistics. You’ll develop a capacity to make complex decisions, resolve conflicts, analyze data, solve business problems and enhance your ability to communicate and lead. And you’ll prepare for leadership positions at top corporations by mastering the best in business theory and practice within the context of a rigorous liberal arts curriculum.
In a world of instant communication and constant change, this powerful program will prepare you to flourish throughout a long, varied and productive career. The EMP program leads to a bachelor's degree in business administration—for which you will also need to complete certain requirements in the Elmhurst College Integrated Curriculum.
If you have any further questions about the Elmhurst Management Program (business administration), please contact us.
Thursday, October 30
11:30 AM–1:00 PM
Saturday, November 1
Saturday, November 15
Wednesday, December 10
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